AMI is a platform for mining-affected communities

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For 20 years the Africa Mining Indaba has been an exclusive annual event for the affluent mining stakeholders to congregate and discuss issues in the African Mining industry; however, the mining communities, important stakeholders in African Mining, have been excluded from participating in this gathering by the exorbitant registration fee. Mining affected communities have been ignored at this annual event. In 2010 Economic Justice Network and their partners saw the need to hold an Alternative Mining Indaba that runs concurrent to the Africa Mining Indaba. Click here for Briefing Slides on the AMI
For 20 years the Africa Mining Indaba has been an exclusive annual event for the affluent mining stakeholders to congregate and discuss issues in the African Mining industry; however, the mining communities, important stakeholders in African Mining, have been excluded from participating in this gathering by the exorbitant registration fee. Mining affected communities have been ignored at this annual event.
Click here for Briefing Slides on the Alternative Mining Indaba
 

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